Rocknerd v1 recoveries.

Nearing the bottom of the barrel with the Rocknerd v1 recoveries. Look through the list and let me know any favourites you think particularly warrant retrieval.

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More digital archaeology: recovered articles from Rocknerd v1.

Well, this is a useful thing. Somewhat useful, anyway — the actual database is long lost, so porting the articles to WordPress involves cut’n’paste and fix the dates by hand. Yes, including the comments. So don’t expect anything like the lot. Any particular favourites you think should be ported, let me know.

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Come see a new Rocknerd theme!

test.rocknerd.co.uk is a temporary copy of Rocknerd as of about 9pm yesterday, currently featuring the Matata theme, as suggested by Lev. I’ve recategorised, tagged and excerpted the front page of posts and it took me all evening, so don’t expect anything before then to be done.

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Suggest a new theme for Rocknerd!

Rocknerd uses Kubrick, the most tediously basic WordPress theme that was all the rage in 2008. It’s possible we could do with an update.

So! I would welcome your valued suggestions on how to make the site look more like an interesting and perspicacious music magazine. Free themes by preference, we’re not big on budget resources around here …

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Hey, sign up for the emails!

See that box at the right of the page saying “Subscribe to Rocknerd via email”? It does what it says. Sign up and you’ll never miss a post. Good, huh.

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Party Fears #6 scanned and online.

Description and scans, only twenty-five years after the fact. Psychotic Turnbuckles, David Nichols, Deadly Hume, Die Monster Die, Headonist, Jackals, Kryptonics, And An A,

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